Re: Kleopatra KMail S/MIME gpgsm, what's going on?
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I agree with you, it "should", but the package maintainers have not
yet made it work.
I followed the explicit instructions,
except that I put the little gpg-agent script into ~/.kde/env/ which I
found by doing a grep for "gpg-agent" under /etc/*/ on a lark and
found that that directory gets run if it exists in the comments for
the global KDE startup scripts.
But I agree with you, it "should" just work. And, given the quality of
the Debian maintainers generally, it will.
Personally, I like the simple inline OpenPGP style, but I didn't write
the RFC that defines the MIME encapsulation.
On Thursday 10 February 2005 06:58, Anders Ellenshøj Andersen was
heard to say:
> Kleopatra still depends on the virtual gpgsm package, which is not
> provided by any packages. Does anybody know if there are any plans
> to alleviate this issue?
> I read the notes in
> But really? Shouldn't this just work?
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